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Thread: Shiffing from park to drive or reverse make a thud ?????

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    Shiffing from park to drive or reverse make a thud ?????

    When i shift out of park to drive or reverse it thuds or clunks really loud in the rear of the car. Has this ever happened to anybody here? I dont ever know what to look for the tranny an rear fluids are good just changed both the car has 94000 on it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ctsboiha
    When i shift out of park to drive or reverse it thuds or clunks really loud in the rear of the car. Has this ever happened to anybody here? I dont ever know what to look for the tranny an rear fluids are good just changed both the car has 94000 on it.
    This is a common issues that mostly likely is the Guido flex Disc on the driveshaft and/or the differential bushing. Do a search on the forum and you will find some threads that discuss this in detail.

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    Re: Shiffing from park to drive or reverse make a thud ?????

    An is this Guido flex disc in the tranny?


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